Always Be Dancing

The Art of Movement for Every/body & Mindful Book Reviews By Eve

The Groove & Flow Experience March & April 2021

The Groove and Flow Experience is my special blend of yoga, dance, Qigong, and meditation styles where the participants can explore and experience the joy of movement and freedom of expression within a supportive, creative environment, regardless of experience and/or abilities. This class is balanced with movement, relaxation and meditation and participants can be on a mat or in a chair. All abilities welcomed for this one of a kind experience.


Classes will remain fully online.

For classes through the Common Street Spiritual Center, you must email me (AdamAnt_Eve@hotmail.com) to register. I am asking $10 for these classes. Please email me if assistance is needed.

Payment options:

Venmo (@Eve-Costarelli; Cell-1643)

Paypal  (Please use friends and family)

Checks: Eve Costarelli, 16 Porter Road, Natick, MA 01760

March 2021

Mondays 7PM: 1, 15 & 29 Common Street Spiritual Center (email me to register) 7PM

Mondays 7PM: 8 & 22 Morse Institute Library (Registration is open) @ 7PM

Saturday 7PM: 20th. Vernal Equinox Embodiment with Paula Spina. Tickets available on Eventbrite. Details to follow. 

April 2021

Mondays 7PM: 5 & 19 Morse Institute Library (Registration is open) @ 7PM

Mondays 7PM: 7 & 26 Common Street Spiritual Center (email me to register) 7PM

Tuesday 5:27-5:52PM: 6th. CCTV. Details to follow. 

Sundays 11:00AM: 11, 18, 25 & 5/2: BCCA/CCCA. Info & registration details here.

 

Bio: Eve Costarelli is passionate about bringing the joy of movement to all-bodies. Through her interactive, self-designed mindful movement program, Always Be Dancing: The Art of Movement, Eve uses yoga, dance & social consciousness to create a healthy, diverse, inclusive environment. Eve is the yoga coordinator for the Common Street Spiritual Center and facilitates all-inclusive yoga and dance programs throughout Massachusetts. Eve’s programs are fun, upbeat, and wholly inclusive. Focus is on abilities not disabilities.